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Chiming In

September 29, 2014 A yearlong project revolving around the restoration of the bells atop St. Luke’s Episcopal Church culminated in a joyful noise above downtown Jamestown this weekend. more »»

Busti Hosts Annual Apple Festival For Thousands Of Area Residents

September 29, 2014 BUSTI — For the past four decades, Busti has been the place to be on the last Sunday of September. more »»

County Poverty Rates Down Slightly

September 29, 2014 Over the course of a year, the number of Chautauqua County residents living without health insurance has increased, while poverty rates have declined slightly. more »»

‘Finally Home’

September 28, 2014 Even at 6 years old, Paul Clever knew something was wrong. Not only by the blue sedan parked in the front yard, but the uniformed men in his living room who suddenly made his mother cry. more »»

Pastor Preaches Religious Acceptance Of Homosexuality

September 28, 2014 The Rev. Stephen Parelli is a gay man. And a man of God. more »»

County Not Highlighted By Comptroller As ‘Fiscally Distressed’

September 28, 2014 Even with a structural budget deficit of $5 million, Chautauqua County did not make New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s list of 35 fiscally stressed municipalities for 2014. more »»

Red Raider Pride

September 27, 2014 Members of the Jamestown High School student section show their support for their football team during Friday night’s nonleague game against Canisius before a near-capacity crowd at Strider Field. more »»

Police Seek Suspect In Attempted Robbery

September 27, 2014 Jamestown police are asking for the public's help identifying a man who attempted to rob a Jamestown Rite Aid on Saturday morning. At around 7:20 a.. more »»

Horrigan Excited About Reed’s Bill

September 27, 2014 A new manufacturing bill introduced by Rep. Tom Reed is in line with economic development efforts in Chautauqua County. more »»

Cummins Foundation Makes Large Donation To St. Susan

September 27, 2014 A small request for funding by St. Susan Center has turned into a larger grant from the Cummins Foundation. Sue Colwell, St. more »»

Falconer’s Ellison Bronze Celebrates 100 Years

September 27, 2014 FALCONER — In this day and age, a 100-year-old company is hard to find. But just down the road on 125 W. Main St. in Falconer sits The Ellison Bronze Company Inc. more »»

Sierra Club Lawsuit Targets Repowering Dunkirk Plant

September 27, 2014 DUNKIRK — A lawsuit has been filed by the Sierra Club as well as Ratepayer and Community Intervenors, represented by Earthjustice, against the New York state Public Service Commission in regard to... more »»

SAFE Environment

September 26, 2014 When drugs, alcohol and domestic incidents rankle a community to its core, the number of sexual assault cases has the potential to rise. more »»

Sick-Time Settlement

September 26, 2014 MAYVILLE — After the sale of the Chautauqua County Home closes later this year, employees will be reimbursed for unused sick time. more »»

Eleven Coggins Jurors Selected

September 26, 2014 MAYVILLE — Two additional jurors were selected in Chautauqua County Court on Thursday for the trial of Davide Coggins. Eleven jurors — nine men and two women — have been selected so far. more »»

AG Holder Resigning: Led Justice Department For Years

September 26, 2014 WASHINGTON — Eric Holder, America’s first black attorney general and an unflinching champion of civil rights in enforcing the nation’s laws, announced his resignation Thursday after leading the... more »»

Sierra Club Lawsuit Targets Repowering Dunkirk Plant

September 26, 2014 A lawsuit has been filed by the Sierra Club as well as Ratepayer and Community Intervenors, represented by Earthjustice, against the New York state Public Service Commission in regard to its decisio... more »»

Big Bang

September 25, 2014 A Civil War-era cannon was installed Wednesday at the new Veteran’s Memorial Park in Jamestown. more »»

Closing A $7 Million Deficit

September 25, 2014 MAYVILLE — Vince Horrigan has proposed a county budget that cuts $2 million off of a structural deficit of $7 million, but includes an increase in property taxes to help narrow the difference. more »»

RTPI President, Watershed Conservancy Executive Speak About State Of Local Waterways

September 25, 2014 The Chadakoin River and other waterways in the Chautauqua watershed are home to many habitats. more »»

 
 
 

 

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